Apple is the Flavour of Fall

Harvest the sweet flavour apple brings to recipes with a few simple drops! From coffees, baked goods, and more, have fun infusing the original flavour of fall into any dish! 

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Spiced Apple Compound Butter Board

Ingredients

  • Spiced Apple Compound Butter - you will need enough to fill your board
  • 2 tbsp Honey

Garnish

  • 10 thin slices of apple optional
  • 1/4 cup walnut pieces optional
  • 1 tbsp finely sliced sage optional

Instructions

  • To arrange the board, first spread the compound butter evenly across the board.
  • Drizzle on the honey, press in the apple slices, and sprinkle on the walnut pieces and sage.
  • Serve with apple slices and your favourite bread. Enjoy!

 

Apple Crisp Mule

Course Drinks

Equipment

  • Shaker Set or Mason Jar
  • Jigger or Tablespoon
  • Strainer
  • Knife + Cutting board
  • Hand Juicer
  • Mule Mug or Rocks Glass
  • Bottle Opener

Ingredients

  • 3 oz ginger beer
  • 2 oz buttered rum* or spiced rum - See instructions below for Buttered Rum
  • 1.5 oz cloudy apple juice
  • 0.5 oz lemon juice
  • 0.5 oz simple syrup
  • 5 drops Hedessent Graham Crust
  • 5 drops Hedessent Apple Pie

Instructions

  • Combine all ingredients, excluding the ginger beer, into a shaker tin or mason jar. Add ice and vigorously shake for 10 seconds. Strain over fresh ice into a mule

How to Make Buttered Rum

  • Pour 250ml of Spiced Rum into a mason jar. Add 60ml of melted butter to mason jar. Seal mason jar tight and vigorously shake for 10 seconds. Let the mix sit at room temperature for 30 minutes.
  • Within those 30 minutes, shake the jar two more times. After the 30 minutes, place mix into the freezer for 2 hours.
  • Once the butter has solidified, strain the mix through a coffee filter or paper towel. Store in a clean jar and keep refrigerated.

Understanding Flavour

Flavour is what people commonly describe as the “taste” of food, but it’s actually a combination of smell, taste, spiciness, temperature, and texture. How you perceive flavour happens mostly through your sense of smell, which is why food often tastes dull when you have a head cold or plug your nose. Our flavours speak to the senses through rich aromas and can be highlighted or emboldened with the addition of salt or sugar. 

Customize your recipes to your own “taste.” That is the art of flavour.

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